“Headlands in Berkeley” May 19

The world-famous Headlands Workshop sponsored by the East Bay Recorder Society has moved to an every-other-year schedule, with the next full weekend event happening in May 2019.

But we couldn’t go a whole year without some multi-faculty fun, so for 2018 we are doing “Headlands in Berkeley”. This workshop is Saturday, May 19 from 9-4:30, with the usual Saturday schedule of 2 class sessions before lunch and 2 class sessions after.

The faculty this year is Frances Feldon, Frances Blaker, Tish Berlin and Judy Linsenberg.

Cost is $60, half-days at $30 available.
LUNCH IS PROVIDED as part of your participation fee.

PayPal payment is available at http://www.symbolicsolutions.com/ebrs-web2015/headlands2018.html

Flyer with all the details and Registration form attached.

Yours in music,
Glen Shannon
Coordinator, EBRS 2018 Headlands in Berkeley

2018-Headlands-flyer-final.pdf

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SFRS Recorder Workshop

This yearly workshop (this is their 14th year!) put on by the San Francisco Recorder Society is always excellent. It’s also very friendly and supportive; if you’ve never gone to a workshop before this is a great place to start.

Tune in to the Recorder IVX
Bohemian Rhapsody
Music of Germany and Eastern Europe
Conductors: Louise Carslake and Hanneke van Proosdij

Saturday, February 17, 2018
10:00am-4:30pm
Christ Church Lutheran, San Francisco

For information contact Florence Kress, (415) 731-9709, or fkress@aol.com Registration form is also available at http://www.arssanfrancisco.org
Here’s a link to the registration form: http://sfems.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Tune-in-to-the-Recorder-XIV-registration-Fill-in.pdf

MPRO Workshop with Rotem Gilbert

A Mid-Peninsula Recorder Orchestra Workshop

Rotem Gilbert, Director
Master and Student

Saturday, January 27, 2018
9:30 am to 4:30 pm

Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
Parish Hall
1300 Fifth Avenue
Belmont

Please print out and share the attached concert flyer with others.

For Information please contact Leslie Pont at 650-941-3065 or
visit the orchestra’s website at www.mpro-online.org

Thank you

The Mid-Peninsula Recorder Orchestra is an affiliate of the San Francisco Early Music Society.

Winter18rev.pdf

Flanders Quartet workshop and concert

Sunday, February 25, 2018

The farewell tour of the Flanders Recorder Quartet hits San Jose on Sunday, February 25, 2018, with a workshop and concert. Register early!

WORKSHOP:
9:30 am – 2:00 pm
Opera San Jose, 2149 Paragon Drive, San Jose
CONCERT: 7:00 pm Trianon Theater,
72 N 5th St, downtown San Jose
Pre-concert talk at 6:30
Tickets available at sjchambermusic.org.

Details and registration on the flyer:

2018FlandersWkshp-final[3362].pdf

Rotem Gilbert Workshop

The East Bay Chapter of the American Recorder Society invites you to their fall workshop Cantate Domino

Saturday, Oct 14, 2017 • 10:00 am – 3:45 pm
St Alban’s Episcopal Church, 1501 Washington, Albany

In this workshop we will focus on music by Hamburg composer Hieronymus Praetorius (1560-1629) and his German contemporaries, Michael Praetorius, Johann Vierdanck, and Heinrich Schütz. Cantate Domino by H. Praetorius is one of his last motets and is set for eight voices in “modern” double choir. His Verbum Caro for seven voices is more Renaissance in style. We will orchestrate it for singers, soft winds, viols, brass, and reeds. Plucked instruments are also welcome.

Rotem Wkshp 2017-10-14.pdf

Early Music Road Scholar Weeks

Greetings recorder and viol and dulcians players,

We have two great weeks planned for the Road Scholar Early Music Workshop in Carmel Valley this fall. The details are below. Come for one or both weeks! Please contact me if you have any questions about the program.

with best wishes,

Tish Berlin

510-882-1169

Road Scholar National Early Music Workshop
Week 1: October 29 – November 4, 2017
Recorder– Letitia Berlin, Frances Blaker, Louise Carslake, and Miyo Aoki
Viola da gamba– John Dornenburg

Week 2: November 5 – 11, 2017
Recorder – Letitia Berlin, Frances Blaker, Janet Beazley
Viola da gamba – Larry Lipnik
Dulcian and shawm – Joan Kimball
Strings and Early Repertoire – Shira Kammen

https://www.hiddenvalleymusic.org/event-road-scholar-early-music-workshop-week-2_135.htm

Location
The workshop takes place at the Hidden Valley Music Seminars, An Institute of the Arts in Carmel Valley, California, nestled amongst oak and buckeye trees below majestic hillsides. Along with our rich opportunities for music making, bird watching and walking can be enjoyed nearby.
Schedule
The workshop includes four daily classes including an All-Workshop Orchestra, conducted by Frances Blaker, morning exercise/dance, student and faculty concerts, open mic, happy hour every day, coached and impromptu evening group playing. Wednesday includes a free afternoon to explore the beautiful Carmel Valley area, play music, or just relax.
Information/Registration
The Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel) Early Music Workshop is open to adult recorder and viol players of all ages who play at intermediate to advanced levels. Harpsichordists also welcome. Week two includes a renaissance reeds track, open by permission of instructor. Please contact workshop Director Tish Berlin to arrange an audition or discuss reed program.
For more information contact Peter Meckel at info or tishberlin

To register by telephone, call Road Scholar Registration toll-free at 1-800-454-5768 and ask for program number #6254RJ. To register online Click here.
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Letitia Berlin

Director, Hidden Valley Early Music Road Scholar

www.hiddenvalleymusic.org

510-882-1169

Flanders Recorder Quartet

SAVE THE DATE!

The Flanders Recorder Quartet will be returning to San Jose for a concert on Sunday 25 February 2018. This will be their final tour before the group is disbanding. They will also be giving a short workshop in San Jose, on the day of the concert.

The concert is brought to San Jose by the San Jose Chamber Music Society.

I’ll send out more information on the workshop as it becomes available.

Michele Kelly